Shiboridashi tea pots of this type, without a rim on which to rest the lid, are very difficult to make as the size and evenness of the pot and lid shapes need to match exactly.
Volume: about 70 ml
Diameter: about 10.9 cm
Height: about 5.2 cm
Artist: Tsuzuki Yutaka 都築 豊
Kiln: Daikoji Kiln 大興寺窯
Technique: Yakijime, an extra hot firing to leave the piece unglazed
- Care: do not microwave, do not use in dishwasher, do use diluted soap and hand wash with a soft sponge, dry carefully with a soft cloth.
- IMPERFECTIONS - nothing is perfect, especially when handmade. In the Japanese wabi-Sabou aesthetic, imperfections are a form of beauty. In our People-to-People philosophy, it is a representation of the fact a human has made this product. Small spots and other “variations” should be expected.
- 1972 Born as the second son of ceramic artist Tsuzuki Aomine
- 1995 Studied at the Tokoname City Ceramic Research Center
- 1996 Apprenticed with artist Morisato Toraku in Kyoto
- 2002 Began work as a ceramic artist under father's tutelage
- 2003 Established the Daikoji Kiln
- 2009 Started ceramic art lessons
- 2011 Established The Japanese Ceramic Art Therapist Association
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